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Is there a way to delete the Scheduled Task History in Macrium Reflect v8.0.6392?
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I cannot find any way to do this.  My history goes back until May 2021.  I've explored the GUI, Settings, searched the KB as well as the forum and have not been successful.  If no other members jump in, perhaps a Macrium rep will reply.

EDIT:  Corrected history from 2020 to 2021


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Edited 1 February 2022 1:32 PM by capair45
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capair45 - 31 January 2022 10:09 PM
I cannot find any way to do this.  My history goes back until May 2020.  I've explored the GUI, Settings, searched the KB as well as the forum and have not been successful.  If no other members jump in, perhaps a Macrium rep will reply.
I found the logs once.  (In ProgData, maybe?)  We could try just deleting them ... with a backup handy in case this causes some drama.

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In the Existing Backups display, Logs view, select the Purge icon in the toolbar.  You get a dialog with options.  Is this what you're looking for?


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L. W. "Dan" Danz - 1 February 2022 2:20 AM
In the Existing Backups display, Logs view, select the Purge icon in the toolbar.  You get a dialog with options.  Is this what you're looking for?

I Think the OP may be referencing the History of Scheduled Backups (unlike logs) as seen here:





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Patrick O'Keefe - 1 February 2022 12:55 AM
capair45 - 31 January 2022 10:09 PM
I cannot find any way to do this.  My history goes back until May 2020.  I've explored the GUI, Settings, searched the KB as well as the forum and have not been successful.  If no other members jump in, perhaps a Macrium rep will reply.
I found the logs once.  (In ProgData, maybe?)  We could try just deleting them ... with a backup handy in case this causes some drama.



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I think I was wrong about having found the history data in the past. If I did, I was a better sleuth then than I am now.  I still think it's in ProgData somewhere but it is well hidden.  (I suppose it could be in the registry, but I reaslly doubt that.)

I appreciate that Reflect keeps the history, but there really should be a way to prune it.

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Hi @Keith Weisshar

There currently is no way to prune the task schedule history. There is a dev ticket on the backlog for this though, which we will be implementing in a future v8 release. I can't confirm when this will be added at this time.

Kind regards.

Chris.

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Chris - 2 February 2022 11:17 AM
Hi @Keith Weisshar

There currently is no way to prune the task schedule history. There is a dev ticket on the backlog for this though, which we will be implementing in a future v8 release. I can't confirm when this will be added at this time.

Kind regards.

Chris.

I know your reply was to the OP but I want to offer my thanks to you for getting back to all of us.

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It is the SQLlite3 file "C:\ProgramData\Macrium\Reflect\AuditLog.db" databases "AuditEntries" and "sqlite_sequence"

I don't know what the effect is of deleting the records.
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